Flow scenario #3b: Get YouTube channel updates on Kaizala using custom action

In this post, we will see how to get updates of a YouTube channel on Kaizala. This is very similar to the post Flow scenario #3: Get YouTube channel updates on Kaizala, but uses a custom action (or card) to display the update - so that we get the video thumbnail and title on the chat … Continue reading Flow scenario #3b: Get YouTube channel updates on Kaizala using custom action

Flow scenario #5: Send a document to new member on joining group

In a Managed Hub and Spoke group (Public Group) created for any event, it is a common requirement to send a message / document to the member who joins the group. I have picked up a case where a member joining the group would be sent a brochure (document) on joining the group. In order … Continue reading Flow scenario #5: Send a document to new member on joining group

Flow scenario #2: Get response from custom Kaizala forms

When you need folks to respond on demand, you could use a Kaizala Form. You could design a form from the group up using HTML / JS and KASClient SDK [documented here] or you could design a form from the Kaizala Management Portal [demonstrated in this post]. For the demo, I am picking a scenario … Continue reading Flow scenario #2: Get response from custom Kaizala forms

Automating business process using Kaizala Flow connector

Introduction to Microsoft Flow Microsoft Flow is a service that helps you create automated workflows between your favorite apps and services to synchronize files, get notifications, collect data, and more. [courtesy: Flow]. In some sense, you could just build a flow chart that would run the logic behind the scenes - that simple! Flow abstracts … Continue reading Automating business process using Kaizala Flow connector